The National Library Service logo. The letters NLS are in braille on the left. On the right, NLS in lowercase with a audio symbol on the right. Below, it says National Library Service, for the blind and visually impaired, Library of Congress.

Talking Titles

Talking Titles

Sep 6

Talking Titles
Second Fridays monthly, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Ed Roberts Campus/ADA Cafe
3075 Adeline, Berkeley

Calling all book worms and word nerds! Let's talk titles, talking titles, that is. We're grabbing great titles from the National Library Services, devouring great reads in our preferred format, and gathering on the monthly to share all the feels, the highlights, the low-lights, and dissect with reckless abandon. Keep reading for more details on NLS if you are new to the alternative format book game, and contact Adult Program Coordinator Serena Olsen at or 415-694-7316 to suggest titles, submit queries or simply RSVP.

About NLS:
The National Library Service (NLS) grants access to blind and print disabled individuals to alternative formats of tens of thousands of books and magazines for free in braille or audio formats, delivered to your door or instantly downloadable to a variety of devices. To learn more about NLS, visit their Frequently Asked Questions website.  To apply, visit the application website or call 1-888-NLS-READ (1-888-657-7323) to find your local NLS partner library.

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